Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Apron Recipe Card

This is an apron shaped card I finished last night & I took pictures as I was putting it together to show that it can be used as a 6 x 6 recipe card or for the larger 8 x 8 recipe books that we're also using ...

It can also be used as a stand alone card.


Images: Magnolia Baking Tilda & Peachy Keen face stamps for the "apple faces" ...

Ink : Memento tuxedo Black

Papers: Stampin Up cardstock & checked paper from my stash

Embellishments: Ribbon & buttons, & apples were made with a Spellbinders border die ...

Thanks for stopping by to spend a little time with me this morning,


Ashley's cards

This card was a birthday card I made for my boyfriend, Taylor. He loves the Boston Celtics and his favorite player is Paul Pierce number 34. :)
This one I made for my dad (Shawn) for Father's day. It's supposed to be his Challenger but it kind of doesn't look like it. :) But I tried to make it like he wanted his car. He told me one day he was going to get the numbers on the side and the rebel flag on top like the one in Dukes of Hazard. So I made it like that. Minus the rebel flag ;)


These were made by my granddaughter Ashley when she came to spend the night. We had sooooooo much fun ...

Friday, June 4, 2010

Flowing Hair Tilda

Hello everyone, just wanted to share another of my favorite Magnolia images today that is colored with my Copic Sketch markers.

Skin - E000, E00, R11
Hair - Y11, Y21, E08
Dress & Flowers - YR000, YR00, YR01,
Grass & Leaves - G82, YG63
Basket & Gate - E3o, E31, E35

Card Recipe:

Images: Flowing Hair Tilda & Open Gate
Sentiment: Papertrey Ink
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Papers: Stampin Up cardstock, DP is from Paper Pizazz & a Little Sizzles pad
Embellishments: Roses from Wild Orchid Crafts, leaves are a Quickutz die, ribbon from my stash Tools: Martha Stewart trellis punch, Spellbinders Octogon Nestabilities, Wizard machine

Thanks for stopping by to see what I came up with today. Please leave a comment so I'll know you stopped by to visit ...

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Create a Critter Bird

This is another little "critter" I made from the Cricut Create a Critter cartridge. I used some little gingham DP & all cardstock is Stampin Up. The leaves are from a new Quickutz punch I just got awhile back & I LOVE it ... Cherry Blossoms are from Wild Orchid Crafts & I used my favorite EK success Diamond Lace edge punch for the bottom ...
Hope you enjoy this little card I made for you today ....

Here's a close-up of the Mama bird that I ran thru my Cuttlebug using the swiss dots folder ...

Mama & cute little baby bird sitting on a limb ...
Thanks for stopping by & tomorrow I'll have a Tilda card to share ...